You should have seen...
How would I say "you should have seen ..." in Spanish? I guessed based on parts of the phrase that I already know, but a native speaker told me I was wrong.
I figured machine translations are not usually as good as human translations. From Moe's suggestion, I came up with "debes haber visto". I never would have guessed that one because I've always managed to get by without knowing how to use the word "haber".
If this is 'you (singular) should have seen' then:
"deberías haber visto"
You're close, but you have to conjugate the verb haber in the conditional in this case:
Habría visto ....
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What did the native speaker told you? and, why not write your guesses ? just for fun, who knows you might be right.
My name is queen(single). I was impressed when i saw your profile today at and i will like to establish a long lasting relationship with you. In addition,i will like you to reply me through this my private e-mail box(email@example.com) Thanks waiting to hear from you soon. queen I will send to you my pictures in my next mail through this my mail box